The name alone catches your attention. It's not the culinary fusion you expect. Asian Cajun. But true to it's name, that's what you'll find here. Boudin and Dumplings. Jambalaya and Egg Rolls. Ribs, perfectly cooked, in a Cajun-Asian glaze. It's one of the most unique menus I've ever seen, and there's nothing on it I don't want to try. The flavors are stunning, the atmosphere of the old rail car is interesting, and everyone there is very nice. In the add-on dining room, the old wood stove keeps it nice and toasty during these colder months, and in the spring, look for Asian-Cajun crawfish boils and live music outside.